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Opening of a community college in Alaminos City

In this city, a community college that will initially offer three courses will open soon.

According to Representative Arthur Celeste of Pangasinan’s first district, the Alaminos Colleges would provide criminology, midwifery, and agriculture studies.

He claimed that Infanta Town and Alaminos City’s Pangasinan State University did not provide these courses.

In the first two or three years, we will improve it with the local government unit (LGU) and expand the number of students, he added, adding that it will initially accommodate 500 students as a start.

He claimed that the Commission on Higher Education, which had examined the potential location, had already cooperated with his office and the LGU.

If everything goes according to plan, the school could open by the start of the following school year or in six months in Alaminos City, according to Celeste. “Alaminos City already has the building with facilities; it will just be improved with a little renovation, but it has passed the inspection,” Celeste said.

According to him, his office and the LGU would provide funds for the community college.

Since my district office has been allocating PHP30 million with a total of 4,000 or more scholars, it can be supported financially. Over 3,000 scholars are enrolled in the LGU, he added.

He continued by saying that the staff members were also receiving training and benchmarking.

The Pangasinan provincial administration and Celeste’s office have been in discussions for eco-tourism projects in his district or the western portion of the province.

The projects include the restoration of the Hundred Islands National Park (HINP) in Alaminos City as well as the salt farm in Bolinao Town.

He added, “We have plans to build a huge Mama Mary on the Pilgrimage Island and its neighboring islands, and we are actively developing the Bonsai Island.

He stated that 40 people have already been employed to maintain the HINP for the upcoming six months, in addition to the 10 bonsai caregivers.

He explained that it was done to help the province’s nine towns and one city’s tourism industry and economic growth.

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